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I take it back guys. My temps are still not very good. I forgot to take into account that the AC had been turned on last night. Though somewhat better than before, it isn't anything significant. Still idling at 50c and loading at 80c within a few seconds of Prime, literally.

I still don't get a "suction" effect when I take the retention ring off. The pump just starts moving immediately as the ring loosens up. Is this normal, or am I just not getting good contact? Because holding both surfaces together with a bit of TIM, when not installed on the mobo, makes the CPU stick to the base. And it takes a lot of effort to twist and pull the two apart.

Would it help to use the LGA775 mounting holes instead? I still have my old TRUE metal back plate.

I'd appreciate if someone could post close up pics of their H50 installed on an LGA1366 socket. Preferably showing the four push pins on the side. Thanks again guys.
that doesn't sound good. can you post pictures?

i'll try to show you mine when i get back home from work.
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I have a question regarding the Intel Core i7 950

How much OC can I typically get if I use the Corsair H50 water cooling?

I added Push/Pull configuration, one fan outside the case, and another fan inside the case attached to the radiator, pulling cold air from outside to cool the radiator

Thanks in advance

with the Intel Core i7 875k I reached temperatures of 85C under full stress and I overclocked the CPU to 4.2Ghz
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I am about to order some new Fans with some Xmas money that I got...

I am looking at the Scythe AP15 GT's because obviously it seems everyone prefers them, especially for the Corsair H50's.

But I noticed they have about the same CFM (58 on Scythe, 69 on CM's) and about the same max RPM (1850) as my current Cooler Master R4's, so I am curious if they would really show any improvement over my current Cooler Master R4's?
     
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I am about to order some new Fans with some Xmas money that I got...

I am looking at the Scythe AP15 GT's because obviously it seems everyone prefers them, especially for the Corsair H50's.

But I noticed they have about the same CFM (58 on Scythe, 69 on CM's) and about the same max RPM (1850) as my current Cooler Master R4's, so I am curious if they would really show any improvement over my current Cooler Master R4's?
The R4's really aren't as bad as everyone says for rads. I have 2 of the in push/shroud/pull on my H50 and it give me almost as good load temps(within 1-2C) as I had when I ran the Panaflo ultra pushing (114cfm) with a shroud and an R4 pulling. The GT's will most likely be quieter and may yield a 1-2C drop over the R4's. I haven't personally used the GT's but guys like them for rads cause they have decent static pressure and are pretty quiet.

According to this review on an OC'd i7 870 (4GHz) on a Meghalems cooler the single R4 beat a single GT 1850 by .5C and the H50 rad is less restrictive then the Meghalems

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The CM Blade master is about 1.5C better than the R4 according to that review as well.
Edited by DJ4g63t - 12/29/10 at 1:01pm
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Good to see another PC-V1000 user here. I could tell when the poster below called your case weird that most of the people here are children with kiddie cases and wouldn't recognize the Lian Li PC-V1000 as one of the best cases ever made. Check mine on P.1557 I've got my H50 up front with a BZ-502 and it works great.
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Good to see another PC-V1000 user here. I could tell when the poster below called your case weird that most of the people here are children with kiddie cases and wouldn't recognize the Lian Li PC-V1000 as one of the best cases ever made. Check mine on P.1557 I've got my H50 up front with a BZ-502 and it works great.
nice rig there. i wouldnt call the v-1000 the best case ever, i would give that to the v-1200. i like the v-1000 because of its wierd inverted configuration. with two video cards blasting heat, i'd much rather have it above the cpu. havn't really done any testing to see if it's cooler that way but it gives me peace of mind.

as for your case, its a nice setup. i was going to do the same thing but i'm too cheap to buy the bz-502. i can actually mount my h50 on the lower front 120mm intake but the hard drive cage is in the way. the hx1000 is too long to move the cage on the other spot. however, im happy the way it is so that's how it stays i guess.

i also have a few other lian li's and i really miss the mobo tray when working on the v-1000. just makes hiding cables so much easier.

ps: wow that's a lot of fans. even oced, i don't think you need that much.
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I have a E8400 @ 3.6ghz that is running at 65c on load in world of warcraft with the H50, is that about normal?

I didnt put additional paste on the E8400, i just put the H50 right on the E8400 with the paste provided, would that cause it have a temperature difference, it idles without a load at 39c.

I didnt apply paste directly to the cpu because it said it wasn't good, is that valid?
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Hey guys, so I moved back to my parents till I get back onto my feet again and after setting my rig back up and turning it on I heard a strange bubbling/water sound, I am assuming its from the H70, maybe because I had my pc on its side and so forth to clean the dust out? It's been running fine and the sound quickly faded away.
    
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Hey guys I am getting the H70 to replace my Thermalright Ultra 120, and since I used two fans on my Thermalright (Delta fan, max 5200rpm, and an Ultra Kaze fan, 3000 max rpm), if I were to use those two fans on the radiator for push pull configuration, which one is better to 'push', and which one is better to 'pull'?

Is it not advisable to use fans with different rpm on heatsinks/radiator?

Which configuration would be better for my case, rear intake/rear exhaust, considering that I have two crossfire 6850 dumping heat into the case, and also the option to change the direction of airflow of a 20mm side panel fan?
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Just ordered my H70 from Best Buy.
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